Alloys vs. Elements: Corrosion Resistance in the Real World

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Discover which metals and alloys resist corrosion best in our detailed study using saltwater as an electrolyte. Perfect for science enthusiasts!

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Corrosion Rate of Different Metals and Alloys

Aim: To compare the corrosion rates of a variety of metals and alloys
Equipment: Electrolyte
Salt water (5% w/v)
Test materials
Metal strips: aluminium, iron, zinc, copper.
Alloy strips: stainless steel, brass

Methodology

Ensure that all metals and alloys are clean and free of corrosion
Place each metal or alloy flat in a Petri dish with the salt water so they are partially immersed.
Observe and record any changes to the surfaces of each material each lesson for several weeks.

Important Notes

If possible it would be appropriate to use seawater as the electrolyte for this experiment.
This is a long-term experiment, most of the metals will not corrode very quickly and differences will be difficult to observe.
Place the metals in the electrolyte so that they are only partially submerged.
Choose iron of various types (cast iron, pigiron, and wrought iron) and a variety of steels.
Ensure that the nonexperimental variables are constant and make observations regularly.